[haz-broo k] /ˈhæz brʊk/
a borough in NE New Jersey.
[haz-droo-buh l, haz-droo-] /ˈhæz drʊ bəl, hæzˈdru-/ noun 1. died 207 b.c, Carthaginian general (brother of Hannibal). 2. died 221 b.c, Carthaginian general (brother-in-law of Hannibal). /ˈhæzdrʊbəl/ noun 1. died 207 bc, Carthaginian general: commanded the Carthaginian army in Spain (218–211); joined his brother Hannibal in Italy and was killed at the Metaurus
[hah-shek] /ˈhɑ ʃɛk/ noun 1. Jaroslav [yah-raw-slahf] /ˈyɑ rɔˌslɑf/ (Show IPA), 1883–1923, Czech novelist and short-story writer. /Czech ˈhaʃɛk/ noun 1. Jaroslav (ˈjarɔslaf). 1883–1923, Czech novelist and short-story writer; author of The Good Soldier Schweik (1923)
[hah-suh n-fef-er] /ˈhɑ sənˌfɛf ər/ noun 1. a stew of marinated rabbit meat garnished usually with sour cream. n. 1892, from German hasenpfeffer, from Hase “hare” (see hare) + pfeffer “pepper” (see pepper).
bristling or hated, a Benjamite (1 Chr. 9:7).